An Electronic Degree Plan/Audit (EDP) is designed to aid the student in meeting course requirements for a degree. The EDP takes into consideration all hours completed at Amberton University as reflected in the Electronic Transcript (ET) as well as hours transferred via the Transfer of Credit Report (TCR). The EDP produces a printout of satisfied degree requirements as well as requirements which may be deficient relative to the degree selected. The EDP allows a student to compare his/her academic accomplishments against any or all degrees in the University’s catalog. In order to receive an EDP, a student must have on file evidence of previous work completed (official copies of transcripts).
The EDP is divided into four main sections: the major requirements for the degree, the number of required hours (listed under the “Overall Credit Requirement” section), the number of hours completed (designated by “Taken”), and any deficiencies (noted by ‘Incomplete’). The EDP indicates when a course/degree requirement was completed and if a course was transferred into the University. The EDP also lists the student’s degree and GPA.
A student can review their updated degree EDP at any time through the CampusWeb portal. The CampusWeb portal is updated as courses are completed at Amberton, courses are transferred into Amberton and when a student enrolls in a course at Amberton. How do I know when degree requirements have been satisfied? When you have satisfied all degree requirements, no deficiencies/incompletes will be reflected on the EDP.
General Electives are met by any excess hours (hours not needed to fulfill specific degree requirements) completed at or transferred to Amberton University. These hours can be a combination of lower and upper-level courses and can, at the same time, fulfill part of the upper-level requirements.
A student’s EDP is updated any time additional course work is completed at Amberton University or when additional hours are accepted in transfer toward the degree.
A student can obtain an EDP by visiting the CampusWeb Portal and clicking on the ‘My Degree Audit’ menu option. A copy can also be provided by the Student Services Office on the Garland Campus or Frisco Center. The EDP is available free of charge as a service to Amberton University students. In addition, you can review degree plans/audits for other degrees by completing a ‘What if’ scenario in the CampusWeb portal. You can also view your transferred work and Amberton courses in the ‘My Transcript’ menu option in CampusWeb.
The EDP can only evaluate courses taken with or transferred to Amberton University. The student is responsible for providing Amberton with official transcripts from previous colleges. If all transcripts have been supplied, a student should consult the TCR to determine how the course equivalencies were given. Appeals regarding transferability of courses may be directed to the Academic Services Office.
If you are petitioning for a second Bachelor’s or second Master’s degree at Amberton University, the EDP system cannot be used to evaluate your degree requirements. Please contact the Vice President for Academic Services for a personal evaluation of your degree requirements.
Should you have additional questions regarding the EDP, please speak with a University advisor in the Student Services Office (972.279.6511 ext. 180 or 301) or email Advisor@Amberton.edu.
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